Louisville, KY – Frankfort Avenue will host the FAT Friday Trolley Hop on Friday, May 30th from 6:00-10:30pm. Many businesses along the Avenue will host live music, offer special sales and serve refreshments. Free trolleys will run along Frankfort Avenue from Cannons Lane to River Road. For more information, visit www.fatfridayhop.org.
Special activities planned for the May 30th Trolley Hop include:
The FAT Friday Trolley Hop, held year-round on the final Friday of every month, provides free parking and trolley transportation to participating shops, restaurants and galleries. The route runs along Frankfort, Mellwood and Story Avenue from Cannons Lane to River Road. The trolley program relies on the support of member businesses to cover the cost of the free public trolley service.
The FAT Friday Corporate Sponsors are Louisville Water Company, Maker’s Mark, Mellwood Art Center, PML Real Estate Group, Property Management of Louisville, Schlafly Beer, SYSCO and 9th District Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh. Supporting Trolley Partners are 2023 Mid-Century Modern, A Reader’s Corner Bookstore, BAZ and BEA, Bluegrass Burgers, Bourbon Barrel Foods, Clifton Center, The Comfy Cow, Core Fluency Pilates, Crescent Hill Trading Company, Crossfit Scullhouse, Eclipse Bank, El Mundo, eyedia, Frankfort Avenue Beer Depot, Heine Brothers’ Coffee, The Irish Rover, IU Alumni Chapter (Louisville/S. Indiana), J. Gumbo’s, Just Creations, Lexie’s Trading Post, Louisville Water Company, Lyndia R. Willis Hairspa, Margaret’s Consignment, Porcini, S. Bayly Boutique, Scott Nussbaum Antiques, Sister Dragonfly Gallery, Spot 5 Art Studio/Clifton Art Supply, Sweet Surrender, Ta-Dah Unique Boutique, The Tangerine Closet, The Urban Farmhouse Market, Varanese, Vint, Volare, Waterside at RiverPark Place, The Wine Rack, and Work The Metal.
About The Frankfort Avenue Business Association
The Frankfort Avenue Business Association’s (FABA) mission is to enhance The Avenue as a place to do business and work to stimulate economic development along the business corridor. In addition, FABA acts as an advocate for solutions when issues emerge in the community and helps keep The Avenue looking its best through clean-up and landscaping programs. For more information, pick up a map of The Avenue at any member business or visit www.frankfortave.com. Follow us on Facebook/FrankfortAvenue.
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